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The Divide (2016) : As many Western countries have become richer, they've seemingly become unhappier; with fearful communities, health problems and violent deaths becoming more common not less. The Divide weaves together 7 stories to paint a picture of how economic division creates social division. The film is inspired by "The Spirit Level" by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett.
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